The San Diego Trailfit program is funded and supported by San Diego Ultra Running Friends (SURF) and greater San Diego ultra race directors. SD Trailfit works closely with the US Forest Service (Cleveland National Park) and the California State Parks to maintain most of the trails used in the San Diego Ultra Slam.
The San Diego 100 requires all entrants to complete 6-hours of volunteer service towards trail maintenance or by volunteering at a running/community event. Greater San Diego area participants are expected to satisfy this requirement with SD Trailfit since they will be running on the trails we support and use. Information and work dates are posted on SD Trailfit web site at: www.sdtrailfit.org.
Sales for a 2016 free entry to SD 100 and numerous other Sponsor Giveaway Gifts. Proceeds support SD Trailfit and Ultra Medics